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WhoIsLive.comTo put it in simple words, Who Is Live is a service that lets people know who else is seeing the same pages they are seeing, and start a conversation with them using a chat functionality. Who Is Live can be used to turn every site on the Internet into a social entity, and (what might as well be the most interesting aspect of the whole service) without the express consent of the webmaster. The way Who Is Live works, users are the ones taking the initiative when it comes to connecting with others.


Leaving aside the obvious advantages a service of this nature has got as far as eCommerce is concerned (what better way for consumers to connect and discuss products?), WhoIsLive has got an use that is more than interesting and novel: letting you know who is seeing your Facebook profile.

Just think about it, finding that out is a mere question of visiting it yourself and checking who else is there at the same time. That won’t tell you what the person is doing or which kind of content he/she is going through, but it’s something of a start.

Who Is Live takes the shape of a plug-in that (once installed) will let you see a sidebar where all the people who are on any site at the same time as you will be listed. All that people is contactable in just one click.

The Who Is Live plug-in is currently available both for Firefox and Internet Explorer. In Their Own Words

For the first time ever, see who is browsing on any Web page. Chat, get tips, share links, and meet new people with similar interests. Use the Web like you always do, only now, see what happens when you can see Who is Live!

Some Questions About

How is this carried out from a technical point of view? Is Who Is Live applicable both to blogs and sites in the same measure?


Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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